Waking Up to Warmer Weather
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Grand Opening at Delphine's Kitchen
On Friday, May 20 from 2-7pm, show your support for one of our newest downtown restaurants! Delphine's Kitchen is having its grand opening, which will involve an official ribbon cutting and free passed appetizers. If you haven't tried the delicious offerings at Delphine's you absolutely need to, and this is the perfect opportunity.
Celebrate Montserrat's Class of 2022!
On Friday, May 20th, starting at 9:45am, Montserrat College of Art's graduates will be walking from the Hardie Building at 23 Essex Street down Winter Street to the Cabot Theater. Bagpipers will lead the parade, and all are welcome to come watch the students, faculty, staff and trustees as they celebrate the Class of 2022! Learn more about the day's proceedings here.
Share Your Thoughts with the Beverly Cultural Council
The Beverly Cultural Council is looking for feedback on programming, past and present. Complete this Community Input Survey and be heard.
Read the City of Beverly's Racial Equity Audit Report
The City of Beverly's Racial Equity Audit Report is complete and available to view. This audit will help to ensure the City is acting with intent to assess whether and how past institutional practices of racism and unconscious bias have and continue to influence city policies and practices within the City of Beverly. View the report now.
The City of Beverly's Memorial Day Programming
Other Arts & Culture Events
On Wednesday, May 18 from 6-8pm, join Clown Shoes Beer at A&B Burgers for Meet the Brewer! The night will include paired flights and sliders, as well as giveaways and swag.

Join Crossfit Route 1A on Thursday, May 19 at 6pm for a fun workout on the common outside Backbeat Brewing Company. Hang out afterwards for drinks and socialzing!

On Friday, May 20 at 7pm, Old Planters Brewing Co. welcomes Skunk Acoustic for a great acoustic set. Go check it out!

Saturday, May 21 is the last day to go admire Endicott College's 2022 Thesis Exhibition at the Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts. See work from art therapy, graphic design, photography, and studio art programs--plus more!

Enjoy a new adaptation of Antoine de St. Exupéry's The Little Prince at North Shore Christian School on Saturday, May 21 at 3pm. Get your tickets online or at the door.

This Saturday, May 21 from 7-10pm, head to Old Planters Brewing Co to hear The Splinters, who will be offering bluegrass and country music for your listening pleasure.

Head to the Larcom Theater on Saturday, May 21 at 8pm to hear the only officially endorsed Aerosmith tribute show in the world, Draw the Line. Get your tickets before they're gone!

On Sunday, May 22 from 9am-2pm, Part 1 of this year's Misselwood Touring Series will take place! All classic cars and motorcycles are eligible for participation, but space is limited so be sure to pre-register! The drive will meander through scenic Essex County towns and end at Misselwood Estate for lunch by the water. All funds raised will go directly to Endicott College Student Scholarships.

Chianti's next Fourth Sunday Soiree will be on May 22 from 5-7:30pm. Come hear Tom Palance and Friends create some truly magical music!

Reserve a spot for your kids at The Castle's middle school meet-up next Tuesday, May 24 from 4-5pm. It's a great way to learn new board games while hanging out with friends! Soda and popcorn are included.
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Checking In With Main Streets
Don't forget to RSVP for our evening of community and craft beer at Gentile Brewing Company, a family-owned and operated nano craft brewery located in Beverly, Massachusetts. Come socialize, share your stories about Beverly, and tell us what you would like to see as we begin to collectively shape our vision of Downtown for All. We hope to see you there! Free to attend, but RSVP to let us know you're coming.
Thank you to our Local Hero Sponsors!